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The University of Michigan Reports Undergraduate Enrollment Up

The University of Michigan announced it has 112 more students now than a year ago.

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Please join the Diverse staff today in wishing Marketing Manager Sydnée Vann a joyous day as she celebrates the seventh anniversary of joining the team.

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The new secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs made an impassioned recruitment pitch to medical school and nursing students at the University of Vermont on Monday, urging them to consider careers in the VA.

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Please join the Diverse staff in congratulating Senior Web Consultant Raymond Borhan as Friday marks the ninth anniversary of his agreeing to pitch in to keep this production rolling along.

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Virginia Wesleyan Sued Over Sexual Assault

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NORFOLK, Va. ― A former student has sued Virginia Wesleyan College, claiming that she was sexually assaulted on campus in 2012 and that the college allowed her attacker to voluntarily leave the school so he could enroll elsewhere.

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Diverse on the Go

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Diverse Senior Writer Jamal Watson is headed to Salzburg, Austria at the end of the week to cover an international seminar, Students at the Margins and the Institutions that Serve Them: A Global Perspective. The seminar runs Oct. 11-16.

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Police armed with pepper spray and batons clashed with pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, as fears grew Sunday that officials would use force to clear key streets by the beginning of the work week.

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Lane College Plans Layoffs

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JACKSON, Tenn. ― Lane College President Logan Hampton says he must cut staff to align expenses with current revenues.

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USC’s Neighborhood Academic Initiative grooms high school students at the Foshay Learning Center, not far from the university’s main campus in southern Los Angeles.

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One day after a student fatally fell from a bridge after a run with his fraternity brothers, Clemson University suspended activities for all of its fraternities, citing reports of alcohol abuse and sexual misconduct but stopping short of tying the ban to the death.

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